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Pharos Drive 4-Inch Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator

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Technical Details
Item Weight1.9 pounds
Product Dimensions9.1 x 6.3 x 4.5 inches
Item model numberPDR140
Display Size4 inches
Display Resolution480 x 272
  
Additional Information
ASINB000IMSKK2
Shipping Weight3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Pharos
  • Model: PDR140
  • Receiver Description: 12 channel
  • Connectivity Technology: USB, Bluetooth
  • Display Size: 4.0 inches
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Product Description

4" Color LCD - 20 Channels

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You will hate it!
sarda
I purchased a Magellan GPS shortly after this and have been very satisfied.
R. Foland
Too bad the Bluetooth doesn't work at all, and now my phone won't turn on!
Brian Alvarez

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By R. Pahwa on March 31, 2007
After opening the box, it was ready to use with nice 2gb card full of maps and POIs. only 50mb space left in card for your MP3, Pictures and videos. Well, smart me, bought 4gb sd card for it. Now I am ready loaded with my MP3s, photos and what not, to use 4gb card. Lets see what happen:

1. My own home is not in GPS, it is 4 yr old home! Disappointed! well went to website to download the latest as Garmin allows you to download the latest upto purchase date. Need reg# and UPC# for registration, which didn't come in box. emailed amazon invoice to customer service and got that. thanks i didn't had to fax info. Also customer service told me that maps came on SD card are the latest and greatest they have. very disappointed! So no more maps updated in last 4 yrs.

2. Started MP3 player, showed first file invalid, too bad! went to second folder and atleast the 2nd file worked. then I noticed it is showing couple of files invalid. player does not work in background when you are on maps! Also it takes you to first folder every time you go to play mp3.

3. Picture viewer is nice and have reasonable interface.

Also POIs and addresses are horrible to search.

Well I am going to return mine! shop for a better one. Price is not too bad on this and that was the only thing attracted apart from bundle of so called features.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chris Gray on December 6, 2007
Wow, I can't believe the negativity. I got one a couple a months ago as an upgrade to a competitor's brand that I had used for many years. I love the blue tooth. I can make a call either from my contact's list or from the device itself. As far as routing capabilities it and I have disagreed a few times, but that is nothing unusual as I use to do that with my other one as well. For the most part I use a GPS for the "last mile", I know my way around my city, got that from using the other one and disagreeing all the time. I use a GPS in other cities that I am unfamiliar with as well.

I have read other reviews elsewhere saying that they had to press some small button to bring up the navigation, not true the big silver one works just fine for me. As for playing MP3's, I might use that at a hotel or something, but I have other device's dedicated for that. It does come with a pair of ear buds, sweet. The photo feature is easy to use and nice to be able show bigger pictures of something than just from your phone.

I like mine a lot, I also like the fact that I save a bunch of money from other companies would have wanted for a similar product.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. Foland on May 25, 2009
I purchased one of these "fabulous" units while traveling in Texas two years ago. I purchased it at a discount at a local "going out of business" CompUSA. After a couple weeks of trying to make this horrible excuse for a GPS unit work like it should, I gave up and tossed it on the floor of my truck where it has sat ever since. There was no returning the unit to the now out of business CompUSA. I just recently found the unit the other day and did some internet searching to see if maybe there were any updates to possibly make it functional, and of course there were none. While searching, I discovered that this unit is still for sale here at Amazon and I cannot believe that anyone would actually consider buying this piece of crap. Please,if you are considering this unit, go outside and get a nice flat rock, bring it inside and carve a map on it of where you want to go. It well be far superior to anything you will encounter with this unit. According to this unit my house is about 2 miles down the road from where it actually is. The battery lasts about fifteen minutes before it shuts down and every time it boots up from being shut down, you have to go through this horrible sequence of events that are completely and utterly foolish. You need to tap a moving cursor 8 times and then tell it where you are and when it does finish booting, even though you told it what state you are in, it decides to display a different state. Did I mention points of interest. A sloth has more POI's than this unit. On a positive note:), the bluetooth feature actually did work with my phone and I was able to communicate nicely. Unfortunately, I only used it for the two weeks I was fighting to get the device to function as a GPS unit and not a useless piece of plastic hanging off of my vehicle window.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By F. Bina on December 29, 2007
This $320 to $360 product does not perform as advertised. For E.g., it can not find a main street that even a cheap GPS finds! It is hard to work with as well. Hope somebody likes it, but not me.
--FredB
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 23, 2007
I had one for two weeks.
1st It kept saying my home address was at the nearest corner.
2nd It would say you arrived at your destination way to early or way to late. Took you to the neareast street corner.
3rd Every time I tried to get help it was always closed.

I would not recommend this product to anybody.
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